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Cambridge Seniors' Homes

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Seniors homes offer accommodation and services like housekeeping, laundry and meals. Leisure activities, recreational avenues and social events help seniors have a complete and healthy life at these homes. Indoor games, lounge rooms, spa, chapel and jogging tracks are available at almost all seniors homes in Cambridge. Seniors homes work in close association with the ample number of medical centers in Waterloo Region so medical care is readily available. There are many choices when it comes to senior living. Choosing a place to live should include research and knowledge about mental, physical and social aspects of senior living.

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Chartwell Queen's Square Retirement Residence
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Chartwell Queen's Square Retirement Residence

10 Melville Street North, Cambridge, Ontario, N1S 1H5
The Village of Winston Park
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The Village of Winston Park

695 Block Line Road, Kitchener, Ontario, N2E 3K1
This elegant retirement residence in Kitchener-Waterloo offers a continuum of care from long-term care to assisted living to independent living seniors apartments.

Independent living residences are for seniors in good health who do not need professional assistance or supervision on a daily basis. Assisted living is a great option for seniors who are active and engaged but need some extra support with some minor day-to-day chores. Nursing homes are for seniors who need round-the-clock care and medication; these are typically called long term or continuing care. Elderly residents suffering from Alzheimer’s or dementia need to look for retirement homes with skilled care units or memory care centers.

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Life and retirement in Cambridge

Cambridge, in Southern Ontario at the confluence of the Grand and Speed rivers in Ontario, Canada. It is a union of the City of Galt, the towns of Preston and Hespeler, and the hamlet of Blair. Cambridge is rapidly growing and the population of Cambridge was 126,000, in 2009 and the projected population for 2031 is 180,000. The economy of Cambridge has experienced strong growth over the past decade.

In Ontario, there are now approximately 1.5 million seniors, representing 40 percent of Canada's seniors. That number is expected to double by 2028. Cambridge has contributed to seniors with top-class seniors homes that provide skilled care, customized amenities and a range of facilities to the elderly. The seniors at these facilities can look forward to a life of peace, security and good health.

Only 11% of the population of Cambridge is over 65, resulting in an average age of 35.2, slightly lower than the national average. Seniors are well cared for in this region and there are plenty of activities for elderly citizens. While looking for a care home, it is important to find the services that meet the needs of your loved ones. Learn more from the Cambridge area retirement homes listed below.




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